We spoke with Vinay Bhagat, Founder and CEO of TrustRadius about the 2020 People of Color in Tech Report and its important findings. Bhagat discusses what challenges PoC in tech face, how diversity can be improved, and how the tech sector will change in coming years.
Now that JavaFX 15 has been released, let’s take a look at some of the newest features. We spoke with Java Champion and Gluon co-founder Johan Vos to learn all about the latest JavaFX release, what to look forward to in JavaFX 16, and why JavaFX has a competitive edge.
National Coding Week 2020 takes place on September 14 – September 20. Some of the top leading experts in the industry shared their thoughts about how coding has never been more valuable and what advice they can offer future coders regarding the growing tech sector.
Java 15’s GA release is finally here. 14 JEPs (Spoiler alert: Nashorn is out!) are part of the new JDK. Among other things, text blocks have moved beyond the experimental stage and the Shenandoah garbage collector is now a full member of the JDK. Let’s take a closer look at the JEPs of this release.
We sat down with Greg Schier, tech lead at Kong and the creator of Insomnia, to understand the importance of this solution to developers working with APIs. Find out about its benefits to developers, and how a “spec-first” design to APIs helps.
What’s next for microservices? We spoke with Ankur Singla, CEO, Volterra about the relationship between Kubernetes and microservices, the rise of multi-cloud approaches, and what will help make microservices adoption more mainstream.
Edge computing brings data processing and streaming analytics next to the devices producing the data. We spoke with Ramya Ravichandar, VP of Products at FogHorn about edge computing, strong and weak edge solutions, and what the edge-cloud relationship will look like moving forward.
We spoke to Adam Smith, founder and CEO of Kite, the AI-powered coding assistant that uses models trained on 40 million open source code files. See how Kite helps developers code smarter and faster, how it handles data privacy, and what’s in store for the future of using deep learning for code.
We caught up with Abby Kearns to discuss her new position as CTO of Puppet. See what she says about the future of Puppet and DevOps, the impact of COVID-19 on how we work, and what key advice she gives to women in business.
Devs@Home webinar live on tuesday, June 9, at 13:00 CET: Building a multiplayer version of Space Invaders
Desv@Home continues! On Tuesday, June 9 at 1pm you can watch the next webinar live and for free, comfortably from your own desk or couch: Building a multiplayer version of Space Invaders. Srushtika Neelakantam will show you in the webinar how easy it has become to write browser games yourself.
Keep up with Quarkus; let’s take a closer look and see what’s new with the supersonic subatomic Java. The latest update, version 1.5.0.Final adds new extensions, bug fixes, and a few performance upgrades. Let’s take a look at everything under the hood.
Digital.ai conducted its 14th Annual State of Agile Report, along with a survey addendum to reflect the current 2020 landscape. See what Agile methodologies and tools are currently trending and continue onwards on your Agile journey.
Not even a month has passed since the release of Gradle 6.4, and now Gradle 6.5 is here. The open source tool comes with a new file-system watching feature that is still in experimental mode, has a new optional version ordering on board, and fixes 25 issues. Let’s take a closer look.
We spoke with Michal Magdziarz, CEO of DeepCrawl, about what developers need to know about SEO, what benefits it can provide, the most helpful tools, potential challenges, and what the future of search engine optimization may be.